Category Archives: Feminists

Glorious Feminist Progress!

Cane Caldo argues in The War Conservatives Never Knew They Lost: It would be more true to say that those we call Liberals were fighting to occupy Conservatism, and that’s what they won. They didn’t take over the whole culture, … Continue reading

Posted in Cane Caldo, Denial, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Instapundit, Jonah Goldberg, Military, National Review, Traditional Conservatives | 42 Comments

Broken Premisses

Several of the commenters on Don’t play hard to get argued that Robert Stacy McCain and I aren’t really in disagreement regarding the post that I responded to.  While we are in agreement on many points*, there is an important … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Feminists, New Morality, Robert Stacy McCain, Romantic Love, Serial Monogamy, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye | 145 Comments

Modern Christian culture’s deep antipathy for fathers.

Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. 2 “Honor your father and mother,” which is the first commandment with promise: 3 “that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth.” … Continue reading

Posted in Armchair Husbands, Attacking headship, Christian Films, Courageous, Denial, Father's Day, Fatherhood, Feminists, Fireproof, Headship, Kendrick Brothers, Rebellion | 230 Comments

The cheating hearts of the patriarchal cartel.

Following up on yesterday’s post, it is entirely possible that the employers of the patriarchy: Were legally permitted to discriminate against women. Were socially encouraged to do so. Stated that they were paying men more than they paid women for … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Feminists, Pay Gap, Traditional Conservatives | 70 Comments

Better data/chart on the history of the wage gap.

As I noted in the discussion of the last post, the data I presented is from feminists.  Specifically, Infoplease states that the source of the data I used for the chart on the previous page is from The National Committee on … Continue reading

Posted in Data, Economics, Feminists, Pay Gap | 7 Comments